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40+ Awesome Scam-Free Websites to Get Free Stuff

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If you’re a fan of freebies like I am, did you know there are a TON of freebie resources out there that are giving away great products, both good (and bad)?

Aside from the freebie posts I wrote about the past (free stickers, free calendars, free makeup, free clothes, birthday freebies), I wanted to talk about other resources, aside from LushDollar, of course, that could be of benefit you.

No, I’m not talking about a free pen or a brochure, either.   I’m talking about winning HUGE prizes or getting free samples by simply offering your email address.

With some of these websites, you may be asked to offer your opinion in exchange for a product, whereas other resources I list simply give away great products just for filling out a form.  It’s really going to vary, so just be sure to pay close attention to my description to know what the website is all about.

As there are BILLIONS of websites on the web, I scoured through some of the best giveaway websites on the Internet today and shared them below.

And if you’re wondering why I chose these websites, I did so for a few reasons.

For one, these websites receive a lot of traffic, so any website I listed had at least 100,000+ visitors, according to Similarweb.  While a lot of visitors isn’t indicative of a good website, it can show that the webmaster is active and people keep coming back.

Secondly, a lot of these websites are highly recommended by other people, and in some cases, I use them personally.  I think I did enough research to make sure I’m only listing the best websites that won’t scam you over.

With this list, I hope I can help you find some amazing freebies as well as sweepstakes where you can win big

As always, if you know of any, do let me know in the comments and I may add it to the list.

Let’s begin!

40+ Free Giveaway Websites

PINCHme

PINCHme is a 100% free sample panel that sends you free samples from leading brands when you join their panel and no credit card is required, I promise.

To date, the company has sent out more than 20,000,000 samples and has more than 4 million members!  It’s as legit as it gets.

Now, here’s how it works:

Join the PINCHme panel to become what’s known as a “Pincher.”  And as you join, they will just want you to fill out a shopper panel so that they can learn more about your shopping/spending habits so that they can send you targeted samples.  Be sure to fill this out completely to be targeted.

Then, once you’re part of the panel, you can choose samples on special sample days and add it to your sample box.  Again, this is 100% free and you never have to pay a penny.

In exchange for these awesome samples, the company simply asks that you offer feedback in your account to help brands learn more about their products.  It doesn’t take long since you just have to answer a few questions.

Again, the company is 100% legitimate and has worked with prominent brands such as Pepsi, Unilever, 3M, L’oreal, Clorox and so many more.

In the end, this website is much better than a giveaway website as you have a much better chance to land a freebie and takes very little effort on your part since the company keeps in contact with you.



Amazon Giveaways

By far, Amazon Giveaways is one of my favorite freebie/giveaway websites for a myriad of reasons.

But first, let me tell you how it works.

Amazon Giveaways, as the name implies, are giveaways by private sellers, authors or anyone who wants to give away an item basically.  And while it can be any item found on Amazon, most sellers give away something they are selling on Amazon, trying to gain exposure for their product.  Some products can be worth hundreds of dollars!

Thousands of items are always available, and to win an item, all of which are mostly instant win, you can click on an item of choice, and then, depending on the rules, you either have to watch a video, follow somebody on Amazon or do nothing at all.

It will tell you what you have to do before you even click on the listing.  For example, this giveaway said I had to watch a short video:

Once you follow the instructions, a small present will bounce up and down, which you can then click to see if you have won.  If you do, confetti falls from the screen, asking you to confirm your shipping address that’s tied to your Amazon account.

I test my luck all the time and have actually won a few things!

Yes, the website is hosted by Amazon, so you know right away that you’re on a legitimate website and don’t have to worry about scams.

And secondly, the items are truly endless.  While it isn’t a guarantee, it’s a fun way to burn a few minutes to test your luck!

If you don’t win, some entrants can save a certain percentage off their purchase for that particular item, making it a win-win regardless if you were thinking about purchasing the item already.

Just Free Stuff

Just Free Stuff is a HUGE freebie website and has been around since 1997, still updating to this day.

The thing I like a lot about this website is that they have so many category options, all laid out in a very easy-to-use menu.

From freebies to contests, click around on the categories of interest or even browse the main page to see the most recent freebies.

The website is 100% free to use and does not ask for any information unless you sign up for the free e-mail newsletter.

theBalanceEveryday Sweepstakes List

This theBalanceEveryday.com list updates the current sweepstakes you can enter online, with about 20 to 30 sweepstakes active at any given time.

So if you’re the type that loves to enter big-name sweepstakes to win big-name prizes, then this could be a great way to quickly go through and sign up for the ones that pique your interest as all of them are 100% legitimate coming from very reputable companies/organizations.

On this list, it quickly lets you know how many times you can enter the said contest, when it ends and what you can win.

BzzAgent

BzzAgent, much like the PINCHme panel, works in a similar way and becoming a member is as easy as completing three steps.

First, BzzAgent wants you to create a profile and let them know about your interests so that they can send you targeted items.

Then, if your profile matches one of the brands they work with, they will invite you to try out the product in exchange for your feedback.  Again, make sure you fill out your profile to get targeted because failing to do so will lead to nothing.

While you won’t get paid for your time, the company does let you keep the product.

Joining is 100% free and takes less than a few minutes to join.

Complimentary Crap

Complimentary Crap tends to list freebies all in one post rather than individually posting them, which makes it easier to browse and find something you like.

At the time of writing this review, for example, I saw a variety of interesting posts, such as free health samples by mail and even free stuff for your home.

If you don’t want to browse through hundreds of individual posts, then it could be one to consider checking out and bookmarking.

Freaky Freddie’s

FreakyFreddies.com has been around for quite some time, offering a wide variety of updated freebies.

With a ton of great categories to choose from, this website adds about five to 10 “almost” legitimate freebies every day, ranging from filling out a form to receive a small sample to entering a giveaway to win a large prize, such as a flat panel TV or even a vacation.

Be careful, though!  This is the reason I say “almost” legitimate freebies.

I did notice the website is slowly starting to push spammy affiliate offers, such as “free” TV giveaways, etc on the main website, so I do recommend you avoid the main website and go directly to the categories for up-to-date offers.

And while these spammy affiliate options look great, sadly, it just provides the webmaster a commission kickback and doesn’t make for a great user experience as these offers often bombard your e-mail inbox with unnecessary spam.  Plus, who knows what these companies do with your information.

To be safe, just make sure you’re on a legitimate company website.  If you’re questioning it, then it’s best to skip!


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Freebies.com

Yes, as the name implies, Freebies.com is nothing but freebies… and good ones!

Adding about 10 freebies a day on average, Freebies.com connects you with free books, samples, stuff and even the opportunity to win some pretty cool offers.

But what makes Freebies.com unique is that you can earn points when you subscribe and perform a variety of tasks, which you can then use to enter giveaways.

Freebie Mom

While mom is in the name, FreebieMom.com really isn’t catered to women only as I saw a lot of great freebies, sweepstakes and hot deals that catered to just about anyone.

Adding about 5 to 10 freebies a day, it appears the website focuses more on sweepstakes, but it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t add it to your list.

If you do decide to enter the sweepstakes listed, you can save the sweepstakes to enter later or even click “not interested” to make it disappear on your screen.   You will need to create a free account, however, if you want to take advantage of this feature as well as others, including the cool filtering feature that allows you to filter through the sweepstakes currently listed.

Freebie Depot

I like the Freebie Depot since they list the top freebies in a simplistic list every day, and, in comparison to other websites I list here, they offer a TON of daily freebies.

For instance, on the day I was reviewing this, they had close 30+ freebies, most of which were pretty good.

Now, like some of these websites, just be careful with some of the offerings as many webmasters will often link out to “freebies,” when in reality, it’s a ploy to capture your information and you get nothing in return.  In exchange, the webmaster gets a kickback for every form that’s completed.

Generally, as long as the offers are coming from a company website, you’re safe, but if you’re questioning the URL, then I highly advise against filling out the form.

FreebieShark

FreebieShark is known for posting the most freebies throughout the day, updating deals multiple times a day.  As I wrote this, it appears the company hosts up to 750,000 visitors a month!

From freebies to sweeps, deals, coupons and more, it looked like the website would add 10 to 20+ deals every day, but the only ones they did add seemed to best offers as of now.

While some freebie websites try to cram as many freebies as possible, I liked how most of the freebies posted were actually worth signing up for!

FreeFly’s

Don’t let the outdated website look fool you, but FreeFly’s is actually a pretty good resource to find freebies in many industries, including beauty, children, food and health, to name a few.

And to use the website, it’s rather straightforward.

Simply click around on the categories of interest and then select a freebie you may be interested in.  From there, you can read more information in regards to receiving the said freebie.

When I was checking it out, there were hundreds, if not more than 1,000 freebies available, some of which were pretty awesome!

For example, one post talked about a way to get a free Domino’s gift card as the company was giving away 10,000 of them, while another post talked about how you could get a free Amazon gift card through Coca-Cola.

While a lot of these freebies are not guaranteed, it’s an awesome resource to keep in the loop of the many freebies that are announced daily.  In fact, I highly recommend you join the company’s free e-mail newsletter to get daily alerts to potentially sign up before the masses do.

FreeStuff.com

Since 2008, FreeStuff.com has been helping the web find freebies and continues to do so to this day.

From free samples to free stuff and sweepstakes, the list seems to be neverending with a lot of fantastic offers available.

If you do check them out, be forewarned about the “Most Popular” section as this is filled with scammy affiliate offers that won’t offer you any benefit.  This was my only complaint here.

Free Stuff Finder

The Free Stuff Finder blog sort of reminds me of the Krazy Coupon Lady website that posts a little bit of everything, ranging from free stuff to coupons and deals.

While you can specifically view freebies, I found it to be a good resource to just casually browse and see what kind of deals are out there at the moment.

But if you specifically want giveaways and or freebies, just click on the freebies tab, and from there, you can break your search down even more, ranging from food to magazines, giveaways and more.

Free Stuff Times

Yet another freebie-like blog, the Free Stuff Times website posts about 10 to 20+ freebies a day, but what makes them unique is that they often post massive lists of particular freebies.

For instance, when I was writing this, they had a post that posted about 90+ free Kindle books and another where you could watch TV episodes for free.

To save time, the website posts a daily summary, which makes it extremely easy to browse the entire list for the day without having to go through each individual post.

Get It Free

Get It Free is a HUGE freebie website, hosting almost seven million visitors a month.

A lot like the other freebie websites I mention on this list, Get It Free adds about 10 to 15 freebies a day, all of which are pretty interesting.

But one thing that did annoy me was that you had to browse through a slideshow, constantly clicking, if you wanted to see the deals of the day.  This was one of the only websites on this list that I saw do this, so be forewarned!

For example, as I was writing this, I saw free P.F. Chang’s entree coupons, T-shirts, makeup and so much more.

While the website focuses on freebies, they will list deals, coupons, and sweepstakes as well, but if you just want freebies, you can do so by sorting by the categories via the top menu.

GiveawayMonkey

GiveawayMonkey focuses on a lot of giveaways, but they do have a very nice freebie section as well.

And if you’re into giveaways, it’s a pretty cool website because you can break down the giveaways via the entry method.

So, for example, if you only wanted to see giveaways that required your email, you could do so, saving you the trouble of clicking on giveaway links you have no interest in.

Keep this website in mind if you solely want giveaways and nothing else.



GoodReads

If you’re a fan of reading and want to be the first to read a new book, then Goodreads, the Internet’s largest book review website, is always giving away new pre-released books via this list.

To enter, just log into your Goodreads account (if you don’t have one, it’s free) and simply click the “enter giveaway” link.  That’s it!

If you win, the company will then mail you the book to the address on file.

Entering is free, but before you do, be sure to glance at the availability to see how many copies are available as well as how many people entered.  This could give you a good idea if you have a chance at winning or not.

Regardless, if you like to read new books, it’s a very easy way to potentially win a great book.

Hey! It’s Free

Since 2005, Hey! It’s Free has been helping the Internet find freebies, instant win games, Amazon deals and so much more.

With a few offers added daily, it’s a nice way to not only find current freebies but Amazon deals and even giveaways on the web if that’s your type of thing.

In terms of layout, it’s no different than most other blog formats, where you can view the deals by date or sort at the top if you want to see the best freebies the website has to offer.

It’s 100% free to use and is one to check on occasion to find something of interest!

Hunt4Freebies.com

Hunt4Freebies.com is quite the site, hosting close to 700,000 unique visitors a month.

Said to be the “one stop shop for freebies and deals,” Hunt4Freebies.com posts freebies, coupons, deals, sweepstakes, mailed coupons and so much more, essentially living up to the name.

With tons of freebies added daily, you can also break down the freebies by category if you so choose.

I Crave Freebies

The I Crave Freebies blog offers a variety of categories you can glance through, ranging from beauty samples to clothes.

And most, at least from what I saw, were freebies anyone could sign up for, so you didn’t have to worry about entering a drawing, etc.

Adding about five to 10 freebies a day, most of the freebies I saw were found on other blogs, but you never know if you’re able to find one that’s unique to you.

Regardless, add it to your bookmarks and check it out frequently to see if you can find a freebie of interest!

ILoveFreeThings

ILFT.com, short for I Love Free Things, offers a clean interface, showcasing about 10 to 15 freebies daily, most of which are legit and active.

Just click on an offer of interest to learn more about it or even comment with other users on the website.

If you want a website that gets straight to the point and easy to navigate, I would say this is one of the better ones on the list.

influenster

I have written about influenster in the past in my 543+ ways to make money post and want to include this awesome company on this list as well.

As a community of savvy shoppers, when you join the free influenster panel, you can receive free full-size products, exclusive deals and so much more.  As of now, the company works with big-name companies such as CoverGirl, L’Oreal, Burt’s Bees, Dunkin Donuts and so many more.

Like PINCHme and BzzAgent, the two companies mentioned prior, all influenster asks is that you leave a review about your experience with the product sent to your door.  Even after your review, you’re welcome to keep the product.

And aside from the potential of receiving free products, it’s also considered to be a great product search engine, where you can discover products in more than 750+ categories, helping you find the right product while shopping or browsing online.

There’s no guarantee you will receive a free product as it greatly varies on your shopper profile, but it is free to join, so you have nothing to lose.

Julie’s Freebies

Julie’s Freebies updates you with the best free samples by mail, sweepstakes, giveaways, coupons and so much more.

And no, you won’t find any scams here nor will you need to fill out those spammy surveys in order to take advantage of the “so-called” freebie.

Freebies, sweepstakes, coupons, deals and even class action lawsuit information is all added daily.

Krazy Coupon Lady

The Krazy Coupon Lady is a website I check quite often as I love to use her coupon matchup database to help me save at the local grocery store.

And while she focuses on coupons, deals and tips, the Krazy Coupon Lady has an entire section dedicated to freebies only.

Now, unlike a lot of these websites where you input your information and wait for the product to arrive, you may have to download a coupon and visit the store to take advantage.

For example, while I was writing this, you could get free Tide Pods at Walmart, but you had to purchase the Tide Pods and then use a website called TopCashBack to get your money back.

Regardless, if you don’t mind leaving the home with some coupons in hand, it’s a great way to snag some pretty good freebies.

MyFreeProductSamples.com

Right on the main page, MyFreeProductSamples.com lets you break down the latest samples in a variety of categories, such as baby, beauty, food, health, household, kid and so many more.

Just click on the category of interest, browse the samples and follow the link.

While this website doesn’t seem to add as many freebies as most of the websites I do list here, the freebies list, at least from what I saw, were legit and worth looking into.

MySavings.com

MySavings.com offers a variety of freebie opportunities, including free samples, freebie offerings, sweepstakes, giveaways and so much more.

Laid out quite nicely, I like MySavings.com a lot because they don’t bombard you with advertisements like so many websites do nowadays.

Simply click on a category of interest at the top and browse the current offerings to see if anything piques your interest.

The website is 100% free to use, with tons of freebies added daily.



Online-Sweepstakes.com

Online-Sweepstakes.com is HUGE, offering up to 50+ sweepstakes a day that you can enter and more than 500+ active sweepstakes at any given time.

So if you love to enter sweepstakes, this is a website you will want to bookmark, I promise.

Here, you can do so much, from sorting by prizes to the entry frequency, making it extremely easy to find sweepstakes that you’re probably interested in.

Honestly, when I was visiting, I could enter more than 410 NEW sweepstakes, with more than 470 sweepstakes expiring.  Doing that math, that’s close to 1,000 sweepstakes!

If you have the time, enter a few times a day and see what you can win!  And yes, people on the website have won thousands of prizes.  You can read all about their wins at the Winner Circle.

Reddit r/freebies

The Reddit freebies subreddit has more than 600,000 members, with quite the variety of freebies added daily.

And no, you don’t have to be a member or anything to browse.  It’s 100% free and extremely simple to use.

Now, with Reddit, the thing I like the most is that it’s really hard to add spammy-like freebie offers as most savvy members catch it fast, downvoting it in the meantime.

So if you do use the subreddit, you can feel comfortable knowing most of the top-rated freebies will be worth your while.

To find the best freebies for the day or week, I just recommend you sort by the “top” posts and filter it either by day or week to see what’s hot.

Sample A Day

Sample A Day, ran by Nick and Scott, breaks down a variety of free samples daily, broken down into various categories such as the “Editor’s Top Picks” and the “Latest Free Samples.”

And the thing I liked about their website was that they were honest with their freebies, not bombarding the front page with a ton of affiliate offers.  I can respect this.

Simple to use, it’s another freebie resource to consider if you’re looking for a unique freebie deal with catch involved.

Sample Source

Sample Source offers free samples of makeup, beauty care, household cleaning, even food and snacks, all by being part of their free panel.

To join, Sample Source firsts asks you to register on the website.  It’s free and only takes a few minutes to do.

Then, once registered, much like a lot of these other sample websites, you will be asked to fill out a personal profile, where the company can learn more about you so that they can send you targeted sample offers.  It’s very important you fill this profile out in its entirety to ensure you’re matched with brands to increase your chances of getting multiple freebies.

If there’s a match, then the company will send you an offer, which you can then accept or deny.

If you accept, great!  The company will ship out your sample box free of charge, where you can then sample them and rate them on your dashboard.

To date, the company has worked with a variety of popular companies, including Folgers, Persil, Campbell’s, Kashi and so many more.

Slickdeals

I have wrote about Slickdeals many times before on the blog and if you’re not familiar with it, it’s, by far, one of the largest community-based deal website online.

And yes, while they do focus primarily on fantastic deals, they do have a freebie section that I feel that’s overlooked.

Just like Reddit, members post freebies, but generally, you can spot the great freebies just based on the number of comments and “thumbs up” it receives.  Plus, savvy members will often point out scams as well, helping you avoid the many scams online.

As a website I check out often, you can expect about 15 to 30 freebies a day.

Smiley360

You may be seeing a trend here, but Smiley360 works just like influenster, PINCHme and BzzAgent, where you sign up, receive your freebies and offer your feedback.

As of now, Smiley360 has more than one million members and works with tons of big-name brands we have all heard of.

Joining the program is 100% free, and if a brand offering, referred to as missions, matches your profile, the company will send you a box filled with full-sized products as well as samples as long as you agree to the terms.

If you’re thinking about joining, be sure to fill out your profile in its entirety to increase your chances at landing an offer.

Sweepstakes Advantage

Much like the Online-Sweepstakes.com website I mentioned above, Sweepstakes Advantage works in the same way, listing HUNDREDS of active sweepstakes.

And yes, you can break down the sweepstakes if you choose.

So if you want the sweepstakes expiring soon or maybe you just want to play the instant win games as I do, you can, making it very easy to find a prize you want to win.

While you won’t find any freebies here, I just recommend it for those who want to test their luck at winning a big prize.

TotallyFreeStuff.com

TotallyFreeStuff.com, much like Freaky Freddie’s and Just Free Stuff mentioned prior, researches hundreds of freebie and giveaway offers, listing them on their website in an easy-to-read format.

As a community-based website, the website relies a lot on members to submit offers, but it does seem to be pretty active, with hundreds of offers at any given time.

While browsing, just make sure you pay close attention to the categories as the website does break them up quite nicely, with the “freebie” and “giveaway” category being the most popular choice.

The website is 100% free to use and no registration is required to start browsing the freebies available today.

TheFreeSite.com

To me, TheFreeSite.com is probably one of the best websites on the list for a variety of reason.

For starters, I love how the homepage looks.  It’s clean and allows you to find almost ANYTHING that’s free, from web hosting to postcards.  You name it, they honestly have it.

And secondly, the lists, within the categories, are super simple to browse.  Skim the links and click on one of interest to get more information.

The website adds tons of deals daily, so be sure to keep coming back or even subscribing to the e-mail list to see what kind of deal you can find.

Yo! Free Samples

Yo! Free Samples offers a wide variety of freebie options, ranging from the latest free stuff offers to the trending offers for the week.

And the thing I like about this website is a few things.

For one, it’s extremely easy to sort through the categories to find exactly what you’re looking for.

And secondly, as I quickly mentioned, I love the trending freebies as it gives me an idea of what people are currently looking at/signing up for.

Lastly, while the website does use ads (of course, that’s fine), they do it nicely, not interfering with the entire website — a habit many webmasters are guilty of.

Final Thoughts

In my eyes, most of these websites are 100% legit but be careful as some of these webmasters will throw in falsified freebies for their own financial gain, so do watch out.

Again, as long as you pay attention to the URL and know you’re dealing with a reputable brand, you should be okay, but if you’re questioning it, just skip out on it to avoid the spam that may be coming your way.  Since there are so many freebies online, it’s okay to skip one or two.

In the meantime, be sure to check out all of the websites on this list and bookmark your favorites to keep coming back.

Hundreds of freebies are added to the Internet daily and it’s up to you to find it!

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